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Revolving Door Newsletter: 11.03.09
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What Exactly is Ogilvy's 'Project Sunlight' for Unilever? - Posted November 20, 2013
Unilever, the international conglomerate producing over 400 products, hasn't always had a sterling environmental and social record. In 2007, Greenpeace targeted the corporation for the deforestation of Indonesian rainforests linked to its sources of palm oil. The UN Environmental Programme call... [AgencySpy]

4 Questions For Texas Tribune's Evan Smith - Posted November 2, 2009
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4 Questions For Texas Tribune's Evan Smith - Posted November 2, 2009
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Longtime Texas Monthly Editor To Launch Non-Profit News Site - Posted July 17, 2009
Evan Smith, the president and editor-in-chief of Texas Monthly said today that he will be stepping down next month in order to take a job as founding CEO of the ... [morningmedianewsfeed]

Longtime Texas Monthly Editor To Launch Non-Profit News Site - Posted July 17, 2009
Evan Smith, the president and editor-in-chief of Texas Monthly said today that he will be stepping down next month in order to take a job as founding CEO of the ... [FishbowlNY]

Event Notice: Who Pays for News 05-13-09 - Posted May 12, 2009
The Washington Monthly and the New America Foundation are hosting a discussion on media business models and the role of philanthropy. Tomorrow: May 13, 2009 8.45A - 11.30A Panel I: The Public Interest and a Changing Press Moderated by Douglas McGray The Atlantic's James Bennet, ... [FishbowlDC]

Error Costs Church Half a Million Pounds - Posted September 11, 2007
The Times reports that a historic collection of religious books whose sale for 36,000 pounds was approved last year by a Church of England diocese has been sold on by a book dealer for more than 500,000 pounds. The Diocese of Truro sanctioned a deal in September 2006 to sell hundreds... [GalleyCat]

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